Apple has prepared a series of tutorials about how to take photos with the iPhone 7. Several focus on Portrait mode, but most of them provide good advice for taking photos on any mobile device with a camera.
Apple’s new releases have encouraged a flair for fiscal irresponsibility in me reaching back nearly two decades. My will was strong as the positive reviews of the MacBook Air began flooding the web, but this is probably due to the higher upgrade cost. I need a new laptop like I need a new iPhone. Besides,… Continue reading iPhone 4S – An Introduction, Not A Review
Coming soon… Posts that aren’t so nerdy! Julie gave me a netbook last week. My last PC was a 386 with an 80mb hard drive and 8mb of RAM. I replaced it with an Apple Performa 6116CD, which science can carbon date to the early 1990s. I have been a dedicated Mac user ever since… Continue reading So, I got a netbook
Writing applications are growing as plentiful and affordable as the number of platforms on the market to help me record my thoughts. I am using this blog to review and define my system of capturing ideas. I no longer have to wait until I have my favorite notebook and pen or return to my computer… Continue reading Writing Anywhere and Everywhere
My recent review of Twitter of iPhone: Twitter for iPhone was perfect and life was flawless until someone got that glint of pride. Thinking they could be better than perfec, they went too far and were cast down from the light to wallow in agonizing hell for all eternity to consider the folly of its… Continue reading Twitter for iPhone Cursed Itself
Eddie perfectly sums up Apple’s much-discussed 30 percent cut in the iOS App Store. Amen and pass it on. ∞ Thirty Percent: Apple isn’t taking jack from you because without Apple you wouldn’t have a business developing iOS apps. Plain and simple. People really need to get this. If Apple did not create, maintain, pay… Continue reading ∞ Thirty Percent